How to Transfer Data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy Fold

February 25, 2019
Summary: This article will tells two simple ways to directly sync all data like contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call logs, music, Apps and more from any Samsung Galaxy phone to Samsung Galaxy Fold, as well as restoring data from Kies backup to Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Samsung has been talking about a foldable mobile phone for years, and now Galaxy Fold is officially launched. The new Samsung Galaxy Fold device is folded inside, like a book, with open and closed states. Because the machine is equipped with two screens inside and outside, when the screen is closed, you will see the screen size is 4.58 inches, the resolution is 1960 x 840 pixels, the screen density is 420 dpi, the aspect ratio is 21:9 outside small screen, look like the size of ordinary mobile phones. When the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Fold device is expanded, you will see a larger screen with a 7.3-inch screen size, a resolution of 2152 x 1536 pixels, a width-to-height ratio of 4.2:3, and a screen density of 420 dpi.

Samsung, as a favorite brand of many business people, has also attracted many people's attention. If this is your second Samsung mobile phone, how would you deal with the data? Maybe you can use Samsung account synchronization, but that doesn't allow you to choose part of the data transfer.
In fact, datas can be successfully stored on your new phone as long as you use the correct transfer method. Here, I recommend Mobile Transfer. This is a professional data transfer software, in general, almost all Android devices can use it, such as Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, vivo, SONY. It can help you transfer data between two different phones, including text messages, contacts, photos, music, video, phone history, calendars, APP data, and so on. What's more, its steps are simple and convenient, without tedious steps so that you can easily transfer data to a new phone.


Part 1 Directly Sync All Data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy Fold

Step 1. Launch Mobile Transfer, then click "Phone to Phone Transfer" option and press "Start" to go on.

Then connect two devices. After the connection is successful, the left one shows the source device and the right is the target device. Data will be transmitted from the source device to the destination. You can use the "Flip" button to change its location.

Step 2. In the middle of the screen, you'll see a variety of data types, such as contacts, messages, photos, videos, music, and so on. Select the data you want to transfer, and then click "Start Transfer".

After a brief wait, the transfer process will be completed. You can view the data you need in your Samsung Galaxy Fold. If you want to delete data on the target phone before copying new data, you can check the cleared data box before copying.

Part 2 Restore Data from Kies Backup to Samsung Galaxy Fold

Mobile Transfer also allows you to backup data from your phone, and restore data from backup to any supported devices, so, if you've ever backed up your old Galaxy phone with Kies, then you can easily restore data from Kies backup to Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Step 1. Launch the Mobile Transfer, then choose "Restore From Backups" and click on "Kies" option in the main page.

Step 2. Select the Kies backup file that you would like to restore on the left panel. In case you don't see the needed file, click on "Add Backup File" for additional options. At the same time, using a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy Fold to computer.

Step 3. The program will automatically scan and extract all the transferable files from your selected Kies backup file, and list to you. Wait until your device is detected, you can check those what you wanted, and click on "Start Transfer" to sync them to your Samsung Galaxy Fold.

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